Lethbridge College – Digital Communications and Media

Program Description:

As the ways we share and digest information and entertainment change, so do the traditional mediums we rely on. But in the evolving world of media and communications, one thing is certain: no matter how it is delivered, content is key. You’ll learn how to create that content in this two-year Digital Communications and Media program. Reflecting the evolution of the industry, our program incorporates cutting-edge industry trends and the latest equipment and tools into the classroom to ensure your education remains relevant tomorrow. And after completing a common first year of courses, you can specialize and expand your knowledge and skills to best suit your career aspirations.

 

Digital Journalism

In Digital Journalism, you’ll learn how to create and deliver news for broadcast, print and mobile while employing innovative online and social media strategies. You’ll get a taste of what the future holds as you receive hands-on training both behind and in front of the camera and the microphone, as well as on mobile devices and online.

 

Media Production and Advertising

If you have something to say, we’ll show you how to deliver the message in the Media Production and Advertising stream. You’ll learn how to take great ideas and creatively use audio, video and graphic design to engage audiences and share those big ideas with the rest of the world through newspaper, magazine, TV, radio and online formats.

Admissions Criteria:

You must provide high school transcripts showing successful completion of a Canadian high school diploma from a publicly-funded institution.

Program Contact Information:

Kris Hodgson, MA
Chair, School of Media and Design
Faculty, Digital Communications and Media
Ph. 403-320-3202 ext. 5489
3000 College Drive South, Lethbridge, AB  T1K 1L6

 

School Website

 

Lethbridgecampusmedia.ca

LethbridgeCampusMedia.ca, the Endeavour newspaper, eNews video broadcast and The Kodiak radio are produced as part of the Digital Communications and Media academic program at Lethbridge College.*

*The editorial content of all media properties listed above is produced at the sole discretion of the student staff, with guidance from their academics advisors. Stories, photos, video, audio, commentary and advertisements are produced as part of the academic program of the Digital Communications and Media program and are not representative of the opinions of the Board of Governors of Lethbridge College, its directors, officers, employees, agents, representatives, staff or advisors.

Program Description:

As the ways we share and digest information and entertainment change, so do the traditional mediums we rely on. But in the evolving world of media and communications, one thing is certain: no matter how it is delivered, content is key. You’ll learn how to create that content in this two-year Digital Communications and Media program. Reflecting the evolution of the industry, our program incorporates cutting-edge industry trends and the latest equipment and tools into the classroom to ensure your education remains relevant tomorrow. And after completing a common first year of courses, you can specialize and expand your knowledge and skills to best suit your career aspirations.

 

Digital Journalism

In Digital Journalism, you’ll learn how to create and deliver news for broadcast, print and mobile while employing innovative online and social media strategies. You’ll get a taste of what the future holds as you receive hands-on training both behind and in front of the camera and the microphone, as well as on mobile devices and online.

 

Media Production and Advertising

If you have something to say, we’ll show you how to deliver the message in the Media Production and Advertising stream. You’ll learn how to take great ideas and creatively use audio, video and graphic design to engage audiences and share those big ideas with the rest of the world through newspaper, magazine, TV, radio and online formats.

Admissions Criteria:

You must provide high school transcripts showing successful completion of a Canadian high school diploma from a publicly-funded institution.

Program Contact Information:

Kris Hodgson, MA
Chair, School of Media and Design
Faculty, Digital Communications and Media
Ph. 403-320-3202 ext. 5489
3000 College Drive South, Lethbridge, AB  T1K 1L6

 

School Website

 

Lethbridgecampusmedia.ca

 

LethbridgeCampusMedia.ca, the Endeavour newspaper, eNews video broadcast and The Kodiak radio are produced as part of the Digital Communications and Media academic program at Lethbridge College.*

*The editorial content of all media properties listed above is produced at the sole discretion of the student staff, with guidance from their academics advisors. Stories, photos, video, audio, commentary and advertisements are produced as part of the academic program of the Digital Communications and Media program and are not representative of the opinions of the Board of Governors of Lethbridge College, its directors, officers, employees, agents, representatives, staff or advisors.